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myiesha taylor, md, FACEP

After years of education and training to become a physician, Dr. Myiesha Taylor considers herself a “professional student.” Identifying lapses in her children’s education, she took it upon herself to search for alternatives. Successfully homeschooling two children through high-school and into college at age 13, and a younger one she’s homeschooled since kindergarten, she has many valuable pearls of wisdom that would benefit any parent looking for additional educational options.  Myiesha is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana and USC Keck School of Medicine.

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haley taylor schlitz

At 17 years-old, Haley Taylor Schlitz just finished her first year of law school at SMU Dedman School of Law. In May of 2019, Haley graduated with honors from Texas Woman’s University. Haley is the youngest graduate in the history of TWU. Homeschooling has allowed her to advance through high-school at her own pace, graduating at age 13, ready for college.  Haley recently served as a keynote speaker at the 2019 National Association For Gifted Children Convention. Haley is pursuing a career as an attorney where she hopes to advocate for greater access to gifted and talented programs for students of color and girls.

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William schlitz

William Schlitz has spent his career advocating for and promoting social justice issues. He has an extensive background in communications, public relations and public policy. Additionally, he is married to Dr. Myiesha Taylor and they have three children together. He has helped oversee the homeschooling of their three children.

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